Still thinking about the results of the recent American Presidential Election? We know you are.
The Woodsworth Political Society along with the Association of Political Science Students are excited to present a Lunch and Learn filled with riveting discussion about one of the most talked about events in recent memory. Join us for an academic panel discussion with Professor Jurgensen and Professor Hurl, who will offer many differing perspectives about the events leading up to the election, and what’s next for America and also the world.
FOOD WILL BE SERVED!! We’re excited to see you all there!
WHERE: Kruger Hall
WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 17th 12pm-2pm
Speakers will include Ryan Hurl and Arnd Jurgensen.
Arnd Jurgensen was born in Germany and moved to the US in his teens, where he completed his BA at New York University. He came to Canada to do his M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Toronto in the field of Comparative Politics of Developing Countries. He spent a year doing research for his doctoral dissertation in Venezuela and has traveled widely throughout Latin America, Asia and Africa. He has taught at U.B.C., Wilfred Laurier University, McMaster University and the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering at the University of Toronto, before coming to U.T.M.. He has written on topics ranging from regime change and democratization in Latin America to sustainable development and U.S. foreign policy.
Ryan Hurl’s teaching and research interests include American politics, constitutional law, and political theory. He is currently working on an on-line, open access textbook in American politics.